“There are no heroes; we are all heroes on the street.”
Tuesday’s lunch links are lunch themed. Break bread over the internet with others eating sandwiches and Japanese sushi candy “Lunchables.”
Amid the chaos in Cairo last week, reports emerged that looters had beheaded two mummies in Egypt’s National Museum. As it turns out, the long-deceased pharaohs remain under wraps with their heads firmly attached.
Yesterday, Egyptian authorities came clean on the whereabouts of Wael Ghonim, the Google executive who has been missing for more than a week.
A story of an elderly American trapped in a Cairo apartment captured America’s attention. But nothing can be done to help her.
Imagine you’re a fashion mogul, looking to make witty comments about current events to promote your brand. Is it too soon to make an Egypt joke?
Sources have told TIME Magazine that Lara Logan, chief foreign affairs correspondent for CBS News, has been detained along with her crew by Egyptian police outside Cairo’s Israeli embassy.
Jon Stewart, Aasif Mandvi and The Daily Show were in rare form Wednesday evening, visiting an American-based Egypt protest and posing the questions that all the cable news pundits have been talking about. (via Tuned In)
Rumors abound that the family of besieged Egyptian President, Hosni Mubarak, have fled their country … to England’s “green and pleasant land.”
Your Groundhog Day links come with a healthy serving of virtual spouses and cranberry fields.
As reporters swarm to get updates from the conflict in Egypt, many enter harm’s way. Big-name anchors are no exception.